tv Late Night With Jimmy Fallon NBC November 15, 2012 12:35am-1:35am PST
the national broadcasting company presents -- tonight's guests are -- and featuring the legendary roots crew. and here he is -- jimmy fallon! [ cheers and applause ] captions paid for by nbc-universal television -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you so much. i feel the love. a great new york city crowd, welcome, everybody, welcome! welcome to "late night," everybody. here is what people are talking about today.
"people" magazine announced that channing tatum is 2012's sexiest man alive! woo! [ cheers and applause ] while florida will announce their results sometime next week. they're still -- in more entertainment news, it's rumored that "dancing with the stars" pro cheryl burke may be the next star of "the bachelorette." a place where a bunch of dudes try to win the affection of one lady. or as they call that in washington, the pentagon. [ laughter ] this david petraeus scandal is insane. it has no signs of stopping and in a weird twist today, it was revealed that a jogger recently found the driver's license of petraeus's mistress, paula broadwell in a park. he knew it was her driver's license, because under "sex" it said lots with david petraeus. [ laughter ] first of all how would you get that made? >> a.d.: how did they fit that in there? >> jimmy: times square or something. this isn't good, it looks like another east coast storm could arrive by next wednesday.
[ audience boos ] which is the busiest travel day of the year. yeah. it could prevent millions of people from visiting their relatives. but there's also a down side to it. [ laughter and applause ] that's what i heard. yeah. you guys hear about this? nascar driver brad keselowski has been fined $25,000 for tweeting from his car during sunday's race. [ laughter ] i think that's awesome. actually think we have a screen shot of one of his tweets. i have 42 followers right now, lol, retweet if you get it. yeah, we get it. followers. some political news, it turns out that democrats are actually considering mitt romney's tax plan as a way to avoid the fiscal cliff. yeah, three weeks ago, obama was like mitt romney has a terrible idea. and now he's like, hey, are you going to finish those ideas? [ laughter ]
some business news, the president of microsoft windows is stepping down after 23 years with the company. i thought that this was a little weird. his resignation letter just said "control-alt-delete." [ laughter ] you know what that means. efficient. efficient. hey, listen to this you guys, a new study found that eating healthier food can improve your memory right away. unfortunately, the first thing you remember is how much better unhealthy food tastes. so much better. finally i just read that there will be a 3% increase in the price of turkey for thanksgiving this year. or as fat chickens put it, uh-oh. we have great show tonight, give it up for the roots! ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
>> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about. for your holiday shopping, right there our record album, "blow your pants off." everyone has vinyl, right? what the am i looking at. there you go. that's the cover of "thank you notes two." that's available exclusively on -- [ cheers and applause ] amazon.com. $800. >> a.d.: for which one? >> jimmy: the diamond collection. >> a.d.: wow. is there anything special about it? >> jimmy: yeah, you get, you get this, and it's wrapped in like this saran wrap. $800? we have a fantastic show tonight, you guys. he's a very funny guy, chris tucker is in the house tonight! [ cheers and applause ] i love that guy. one of the stars of one of the biggest movie franchises in the history of the world, the "twilight" movies, opens this friday, kellan lutz is back on the show tonight! [ cheers and applause ]
plus -- yeah. all the ladies love that guy. plus this guy is an amazing photographer. with a new collection of his work coming out all the stuff from "vanity fair." you got to see what this guys taking. he's got a weird camera that he always uses. and it's just fascinating. jonathan becker is dropping by. [ cheers and applause ] a great new yorker, cool guy. and we have great music from electric guest, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] a hot new band. hot new band. everybody loves these guys. downloading them, buying the vinyl, electric guest, they have a $350 diamond version. >> a.d.: what special -- what makes it -- >> jimmy: you can order it and it will come to you. >> a.d.: okay. in the mail. >> jimmy: you'll be one the first idiots to buy it. $800. >> a.d.: $800? >> jimmy: not electric guest, that's a good purchase. this one, $800, you would be a fool to buy this for $800. the brand new diamond collection. >> a.d.: oof.
>> jimmy: it's something you want to tweet about? you get it, you go, i got to get on twitter. i can't believe i spent $800 on the diamond collection of this record. this edition. you know the one thing i've noticed, coming from -- people and animals can the in the exact same setting and be thinking two totally different things. you agree? yeah. what kind of things? let's find out in a segment we call "animal thoughts." here we go. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ animal animal animal animal thoughts ♪ >> jimmy: i'm going to let you in on a little secret. i'm basically -- i'm basically a mind-reader. i can tell what people and animals are thinking by the way they interact with each other. for example, here we see a young woman holding her cute little dog.
she's looking off into the distance. i can tell by looking at the woman, she's thinking, check out that sunset. but the dog is thinking something very different, the dog is thinking who has crimped hair in 2012? two different things. here's another example. a woman running with her dog in the park. and i can tell the woman is thinking, "i could go for lunch after this." i can tell the dog is thinking, "i could go for some fava beans and a nice chianti. isn't that right, clarice?" interesting muzzle on that dog. >> a.d.: very impressive. >> jimmy: do they still use those? it looks like inhumane. what does inhumane mean again? >> a.d.: inhuman, i don't know. >> jimmy: keep going. here -- we see a man holding his pet parrot. this is not a parrot, it's a chicken. >> a.d.: that's a fat chicken.
>> jimmy: who thought that was a parrot? hey, i'm looking at it right now, that is not parrot, that's a chicken. >> a.d.: a city kid is the writer. >> jimmy: that is insane. that's not a parrot at all. is it? >> a.d.: no. can i look at it? >> jimmy: that's a chicken. >> a.d.: that's definitely a chicken. got to go look at it. i can see what it is. that, can i see on this monitor? can i get a feed of what we just saw? that's definitely a chicken. that's not remotely a parrot. i mean that is, that's a chicken thing, the chicken -- yeah. that's clearly a chicken but it weirdly could be a parrot. that's not chicken feet, that's like parrot feet. >> a.d.: those are not parrot talons. >> jimmy: is that like chicken-doodle? >> a.d.: it could be a mixed breed. >> jimmy: yeah. it's a mixed breed.
my kid has allergies. we figured it out. >> a.d.: it's a chicken. well what does a chicken thinking? >> jimmy: well, here it is. the guy is thinking, "you look like a beautiful exotic bird." why would you say that? it's obviously a parrot. [ laughter ] and then the chicken is thinking, "you look like the result of an orgy between mitt romney, bob costas and josh brolin." that's a pretty good gene pool. that's a decent gene pool. >> a.d.: who had the baby? >> jimmy: next up, we see a woman walking her horse on the beach. here's something you see every day. she's thinking, "you can lead a horse to water." and the horse is thinking, "but you can't call that tablecloth a dress, honey. uh-huh."
that's a horse with a lot of attitude. >> a.d.: uh-huh. that's a clydesdale. >> jimmy: here's another one here. this is a picture of a woman feeding a squirrel in the park. the woman is thinking, "nice squirrel." and the squirrel is thinking, "nice cleavage." get your mind out of the gutter! moving on, here's a woman out in the woods with her dog. the dog is thinking, "okay, i did my business, now let's go back inside, i'm freezing." and the woman is thinking, "hold on, i'm still going." when you're in the outdoors, you got to do what you got to do. interesting shot, a woman nuzzling up to her horse. she's thinking, "easy boy." and the horse is thinking -- [ whispering ] the heart wants what the heart wants.
>> a.d.: but neigh means neigh. >> jimmy: neigh means neigh, right. don't encourage him or else it's going to be a long show, long show. here's a last one here. a man cuddling his two poodles. that's nice. he's thinking, "can you guess which one just got neutered." and the poodle is thinking, "it's neither of us." that's all the "animal thoughts" we have. stick around. we'll be right back with more "late night"! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ i'm nora. and i'm nate.
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she's the greatest. lindsay lohan, once again, thank you for doing that. [ cheers and applause ] she's a pal. our first guest is a very talented comedian and actor who stars alongside bradley cooper and robert de niro in the new film "silver linings playbook," which opens nationwide on november 21st. please welcome chris tucker! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: chris tucker is here, ladies and gentlemen, welcome. >> what's up jimmy? >> jimmy: welcome to our show. good to see you, my friend. >> good to see you, man. >> jimmy: you were in the middle of a stand-up tour. am i wrong? >> yeah, it's called the rs tour. >> jimmy: the rs. >> yeah, i had to get out on the road and pay the irs. 'cause they was like -- >> jimmy: oh, i -- oh. [ laughter ] the irs tour. >> the irs man. they won't even wait until you bring them the money no more.
>> jimmy: no, no, no. they don't -- >> they be back stage eating chicken and counting money, man. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: we enjoyed the show -- yeah, exactly. they're just waiting for you. >> i said, "can't y'all wait until i bring it to you?" they said "no, we tried that. we tried that." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: we tried that. you didn't bring it to us. yeah, yeah, yeah. >> that's true. >> jimmy: and you're going to make a movie out of this tour? >> yeah, i just made a movie. i filmed a stand-up comedy movie in atlanta at the fox theater last weekend. >> jimmy: oh, beautiful there. >> it's my lifelong dream man. you know, like eddie murphy did "raw." richard pryor did "live in long beach." and i just did mine in my hometown atlanta. it's coming out early next year, stand-up comedy movie. go check it out. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's a dream come true. >> yeah, it's a dream come true. it's a dream come true. >> jimmy: so those are two of your favorites? you love eddie and richard pryor? >> oh, yeah. yeah, man. i grew up -- the first time i got cable it was -- "delirious" was on tv. "delirious." and that's when i saw eddie murphy and then -- then i saw richard pryor at the -- and gene wilder in "stir crazy." my dad used to take us to the movies and i saw those guys and i was like, ooh. >> jimmy: i remember, yeah. that was -- yeah, that's what i want to do, right? >> yeah, i was like -- >> jimmy: you're good at it. you remember the first time you
went on stage? >> first time i went on stage, man, i got in trouble in school and the teacher got mad at me and threw me out of the room 'cause she told me she was going to call my mother if i didn't stop acting up and i said, if you going to call my mama you going to have to pay the phone bill because the phone's been cut off for two weeks. [ laughter ] so -- you know, my mama -- >> jimmy: you don't mess with baby chris tucker. yeah, that's it. >> yeah. [ talking over each other ] get out of my room. so i went to the principals office and i was cool. 'cause me and the principal, i was in there so much, me and the principal was cool. [ laughter ] he was like, "what's up, chris?" i was like, "what's up, man?" he's like, what you say this time? >> jimmy: you guys were besties, yeah. >> we was cool. >> jimmy: that's good. did you ever do, like, talent shows or anything growing up? >> oh, yeah. i did talent show. so what happened, i went into the office and the principal's secretary was over at the talent show. so she was like, you're always acting up, why don't you host the talent show? i said, i don't want to do nothing like this. well it paying $30. i said, okay. what i gotta do? what i gotta do? [ light laughter ] i got that $30 -- >> jimmy: can i do it twice? >> yeah, man. so i went up there and told my first joke. man, got a big laugh. the whole school laughed in the gymnasium and -- >> jimmy: what was it about? >> it was something about, i think, the school got roaches
and sold my books. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. >> something like that. and then -- yeah man. then i just got an epiphany, man. it was the best feeling i ever had in my life and i said, man, i want to do this. and i found something i was passionate with. >> jimmy: and then -- and then i think "friday" -- was "friday" your biggest thing? >> yeah, "friday" was -- >> jimmy: you're first -- you're first shot. >> yeah, "friday" was my first co-starring movie. [ cheers and applause ] thank you. thank you. >> jimmy: people love you. ice cube. >> ice cube. that's my boy. >> jimmy: i love ice cube. >> ice cube is great. >> jimmy: that was big. and then i think i met you when you were doing the "rush hour." >> yeah. oh, yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: with jackie chan. [ cheers and applause ] >> yeah, jackie. >> jimmy: jackie's a good man. >> jackie love to play, man. he called me collect from hong kong all the time and i say, man, who going to pay for this? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, don't call me collect. >> i can't play with you. i pay for it all. i pay for it all. >> jimmy: i'm on my irs tour. what're you doing man. >> i know man. >> jimmy: come on jackie. yeah, you just did "karate kid" man. come on man, at least pay for this one. but is there going to be a "rush hour 4." >> you know, we're talking about it and we want to do it. me and jackie want to do it so we'll see what the studio says. >> jimmy: you've got to do it. come on. >> we want to do it. [ cheers and applause ] write to warner brothers and tell warner brothers do it.
>> jimmy: you're a giant warner brothers. >> pay the money warner brothers. >> jimmy: warner brothers, yeah. and then -- broke over $800 million the first three. >> it did a lot. it did a lot. >> jimmy: a lot of people getting paid in hollywood. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: not necessarily chris tucker but somebody did. >> not necessarily me, man. somebody got paid. >> jimmy: and now here you are. and now you have -- this wednesday it's a comedy but it's a little more dramatic as well. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and it's fun "silver linings playbook." >> jimmy: and it's you, de niro. >> yeah, yeah. it's great movie. great movie. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: how cool is rob de niro. >> oh, robert -- well, de niro is cool man. i was, you know, nervous, you know i was acting in front of him so i always messed up my lines 'cause i was nervous and he was like, that's all right, do it again. take your time. relax. [ laughter ] take your time. [ laughter ] don't worry. when i was doing "godfather," i messed up too. i was like -- >> jimmy: that is the worst robert de niro impression i've ever seen in my life. >> oh, come on. what are you talking about. no, jimmy. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: yeah -- do it again. the best -- >> he did like -- you know he's -- >> jimmy: well that's good right there, yeah. >> do it again. it's all right, take your time. >> jimmy: take your time. [ laughter ] you're doing "scarface." >> i'm doing "scarface."
>> jimmy: i love it. >> so what, not for nothing, okay. [ imitating tony montana ] i'm tony montana. what are you talking about, man. >> jimmy: tony montana, okay. a lot of friends, okay. [ talking in normal voice ] but you -- he's the greatest. you gotta love robert de niro. >> he's the best. oh, he's the best. >> jimmy: and he's chill. like, after you get nervous. >> i got -- there was one time he invited me to his trailer, man. and it was off of the set and i was like, man, i don't -- you know, he invited me to his trailer. i don't know what he's going to say. i don't what for. you know, but i -- he's just so nice so went to the -- i was, like, taking my time and then the guy to the trailer, mr. de niro's ready for you. i was like, they going to kill me, man. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: he's not in the mob, man. he's not in the mafia. >> oh, man. you tell him. scar the crap outta me. >> jimmy: he's going to -- >> so then i went over there man, and then there was other people there. and i was like, cool. he can't kill me in front of everybody. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. go over with, like, a camera. >> so he was like, good to see you. yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. >> so he was -- he was cool. >> jimmy: do you want to explain to everyone the premise of the movie? it's kind of -- it's a lot going on. >> it's a great movie. the movie's dealing with mental issues. bradley cooper's character has bipolar and he's in the mental institution and he needs my character, i play a character
named danny, and my character's going through different stuff like that too. and my character's real positive and real funny. >> jimmy: real funny, oh, my gosh. >> he shows up outta -- he shows up out of nowhere in the movie. he just shows up. >> jimmy: and at one point you were complaining that you -- well, you want to get jerry curls or -- >> oh, yeah, yeah. i wanted jerry curls. real life i wanted jerry curls too and i couldn't get one. my brother one, i'm still mad at him about it. [ laughter ] so it's -- it's a fun character man. but it's good for me 'cause it's serious but it's still funny. still some comedy comes out of -- you know, it's good. >> jimmy: yeah, out of the trouble part. the bad parts of life. but you get to dance in this movie. >> oh, man, yeah. i danced a little bit, man. >> jimmy: which i'm psyched about 'cause i know that you were friends with -- really good friends with michael jackson. >> i was really good friends with good mike. i was blessed to have known him. >> jimmy: yeah. did he ever mention me at all? [ laughter ] >> he said, hey -- and he said jimmy is one of my really good friends. >> jimmy: really good friends. [ as michael jackson ] >> if you ever see him tell him i said what's up. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: but you would have -- you would have dance-offs with michael jackson. >> yeah, man. well i had some -- i had some dance-offs man. i could show you some moves if you'd like but i -- [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: yeah, i want to see them. >> play me some hammer or
something. i'll get you all -- >> jimmy: give me one move. >> you got a little bit of hammer or something? ♪ oh, give it up. [ cheers and applause ] come on, jimmy. let's dance. come on. ♪ da, da da da da da da da ♪ dance with me. ♪ da, da da da da da da da ♪ >> jimmy: i just can't do this. i can't do this. >> here we are. can't touch it. [ cheers ] oh, here we go. that's it baby, that's it. >> jimmy: me and chris tucker right now. check him out. [ cheers and applause ] "silver linings playbook." [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> so is this the girl you wrote about? >> yeah. >> you wrote about me? i'm the girl? >> he wrote about you all right. >> what'd he say? >> he said you guys was helping each other out and you were nice and you -- you had a mouth on you but -- >> whoa. whoa, whoa, whoa. okay, okay -- >> you're a little mouthy but -- >> no, please, tell me more about what he said in the letter. >> yeah, anything you want i'll just say in the letter. it was nothing about -- it was just a very general letter. >> she's fine. >> she is my friend with an f. >> capital f. >> for friend.
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest this evening stars alongside robert pattinson, kristen stewart and taylor lautner in "the twilight saga: breaking dawn part ii." which is going to smash the box office records in theaters everywhere starting this friday. please welcome back to the show a good man, here's kellan lutz everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about right there.
kellan lutz, welcome my friend. >> thank you. >> jimmy: please have a seat. kellan, welcome. thank you for coming on our show. every time you're in new york we want you to come on the show and you came. you also came with a special guest. your dad is with you. >> yeah, where's my pop. >> jimmy: where -- where -- where's pop? [ cheers and applause ] there he is. looking good. brad lutz right there. what are you doing when you have your dad in town. now what do you do for like, any touristy things planned? >> well, this is his first time and, you know, i really want to take him on a city tour and i was thinking helicopter, why not. let's go to the statue of liberty and -- >> jimmy: well, that's cool. >> you know, maybe skydive out of it. >> jimmy: no, come on. >> he doesn't know about that part yet, but -- >> don't freak him out. but helicopter tour will be nice. >> yeah. >> jimmy: have you priced it out and everything. it's all -- >> well, okay. so i -- i was looking into that, right? and i was going to surprise him and i -- the first thing i came across was the wedding in the helicopter for, like, $2,000 so i could propose and say "i do" to my dad. >> jimmy: yeah, no, that would be weird. you don't have to do that. >> and i thought that was like, the only one until i scrolled down. but, how could you do that.
you're like, honey -- >> jimmy: i would be frightened out of my mind. yeah, in a helicopter. >> marry me! >> jimmy: plus you can't hear anyone too. you got those giant head phones on. >> yeah. [ muffled ] >> jimmy: what you say? i said, will you marry me? >> yeah. >> jimmy: we gotta call larry back? >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: anything else planned while you're here? i mean, this is fun. >> you're the main attraction. i mean, i'm just glad to be here. >> jimmy: oh, come on. thank you my friend. [ cheers and applause ] i appreciate that. i know you got a lot going on. this "twilight" thing has just been so giant, my man. i mean, gosh. there's posters of you all over the place. people camped out. people love you. you have this. you have this tarzan movie coming out. >> yeah. >> jimmy: now, you're rebooting tarzan. you have to tell people this story about your audition. 'cause it's one of the silliest, funniest stories. >> i -- [ sighs ] i wish my agent had told him. anyway, so -- >> jimmy: dude, it's great. >> so -- okay -- >> jimmy: start with the "conan" all right. >> well, yeah, yeah. that's what i -- okay, so i auditioned for "conan." got really close. >> jimmy: "conan the barbarian." >> barbarian, yeah. not, conan. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: not the conan o'brien. yeah, yeah. >> and -- >> jimmy: similar physic but no, different stories.
>> so i pay, i paid to get this amazing dirty brown wig made that looked -- made me look barbaric, right? and so i had this, so i didn't get "conan." jason did. >> jimmy: did not get it. >> he was amazing. i did not. and, so i decided when i got to audition for tarzan which, they didn't tell me it was motion capture at the time. i was like, i'm going to wear this. 'cause i didn't have long hair at the time. >> jimmy: and who's there at the audition though. >> so there's a casting director. but then, this is in one of those commercial, like, cattle call audition places where there's like six doors and there's like, dorito's commercial. you know, old navy. like, all these different commercials. so there's some grandparents there. there's some, like, hot models. and then there's a tarzan audition. so i'm walking in, planning it in my head to put on the wig, which i did. i went to the bathroom, put on the wig. got in my underwear. so i'm like wearing these like -- >> jimmy: you're going for this audition. >> i'm going for this -- 'cause i'm so far from tarzan. it's a dream role for me. >> jimmy: yeah. >> but i would love to do it so i was like, i'm just going to do it. i'm going to go there. but it was the most awkward thing, like, coming out of the bathroom. like, transforming into this --
can i stand up? >> jimmy: sure. >> well it's like, i'm trying to -- there's like so much franchise in there throughout the years. and i'm like, have the hair in front of me, in my underwear, like, trying to hide myself. >> jimmy: yeah, as you're walk into this audition. >> and thank god, they open the door. i go in. i'm rolling around on the ground being like the monkey man, you know. [ light laughter ] and -- and just having a blast. and then after i do my audition the casting director is like, oh, that was really great. but you know this is motion caption? i'm like, yeah, what's that mean? [ laughter ] and they're like oh, well you wear a suit. there's no hair. no makeup. you wear a suit. they put -- tape balls on you. >> jimmy: basically it's a voice over for a cartoon really. >> pretty much. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: i wish i was there. i really wish i was there. >> it'll be on youtube one of these days i'm sure. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. i'd love it so much. that's so funny to me. so anyways. so for this -- this is the last "twilight." >> yeah. >> jimmy: "breaking dawn part ii." so we're a little sad. bittersweet. but, man, did you get a little action. you like the action stuff.
>> i love it. i love it. >> jimmy: like you're that -- i feel like that's the next move for you. you're going to be like in action. >> that's what i'm, you know, pushing myself. >> jimmy: "fast and the furious 10." [ laughter ] you'll be that guy. >> paul walker's little annoying brother. >> jimmy: younger brother. you're his little brother. >> paul? paul, yeah. i can chase a car. can i drive that? >> jimmy: but, yeah. so this is it. and at the end, boy is there a lot of action sequence. big fight between the -- >> are we supposed to know about that? >> jimmy: i think -- yeah, well the books are out. >> but it's not in the book. >> jimmy: well it's not in the book? >> that's the embellishment. >> jimmy: well maybe i didn't see that. >> there might be a big fight. >> jimmy: but we've shown -- we've shown clips of the fight. yeah, exactly. yeah. [ laughter ] yeah, yeah, yeah. i know what you're saying. yeah. no. [ laughter ] we have a clip. [ laughter ] here's the great kellan lutz with kristen stewart and rob pattinson in arm wrestling. oh, this is where she gets her power. in the new "twilight" movie. please. >> well done, bella. never seen a newborn show that kind of restraint.
>> not sure if she is a new born. she's so -- >> don't antagonize her. she's the strongest one in the house. >> please. ♪ >> don't hurt yourself, emmett. >> all right, on three. one, two, three. ♪ [ grunting ] [ cheers and applause ] >> what happened? >> jimmy: may or may not have happened, we don't even know what happened. >> i win, i win. >> jimmy: our thanks to kellan lutz right there. [ cheers and applause ] the final "twilight" movie is in theaters this friday. photographer johnathan becker joins us after the break. stick around, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ gecko (clearing throat)
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: jonathan, congrats on this giant book. oh, my gosh. >> it's hefty, huh? >> jimmy: i guess that's what you get after 30 years, right? holy moley. it is just awesome. filled with coolest pictures, we'll get into that in a moment, some of the great shots that you got. but, i want to talk about this camera that you take these pictures with? >> my rolleiflex. >> jimmy: now, this is a rolleiflex. i've never heard of this or seen this. >> everybody used these for a long time, i just -- think it's the best thing there is. >> jimmy: now, can you just show people how you look when you -- >> well, you look down in it. >> jimmy: you look down when you -- >> -- look down in it, like so, and then you focus. and it just takes pictures. >> jimmy: how did you get into the rolleiflex? >> you know, it was my father, actually -- i think i -- one that he had. >> jimmy: you stole from your
dad and then just took it from. >> -- from me and then i had others ones. >> jimmy: exactly. but that was the one you used in -- because we've used this together. i've worked with you before. and there's only a certain amount of pictures you can take with this guy. like 12 or something? >> 24. >> jimmy: 24 per photo shoot. so, this is the quickest photo shoot you'll ever have in your life with jonathan becker. when you started -- look at this. look at this youngster driving a cab around new york city. and that's -- you drove around and you used to go into parties and take pictures and then split. >> well, no, i'd have a sign of the magazines. you know, i was running around. in the preamble to the show. >> jimmy: sure. >> you know, they're in the cab, i'll take pictures and get back in the cab. >> jimmy: is that right? >> yeah. >> jimmy: have different assignments. for "vanity fair" or other magazines? >> no, before "vanity fair." that was up 'til them. "vanity fair" started -- so didu no, not that guy, i'm talking about this guy. that's creepier than that. it looks like i ate myself three times, now. i was skinny back then, younger. >> he posed that way. >> jimmy: younger man. >> you were game to do this. and it was because of that other picture -- >> jimmy: but elaine's was the
happening place, right? >> everybody was there. it was great. >> jimmy: intellectuals and writers and sports figures. >> exactly. >> jimmy: it was so fun. when did you feel like it was taking off for you? >> i was going to make a book, actually. an earlier book, i never did -- of elaine's kitchen. and that picture and this one were all part of it. >> jimmy: how many shots did you take in elaine's kitchen? a bunch? >> dozens. >> jimmy: dozens and dozens, really. >> but, i'd take people in and do their portraits. >> jimmy: yeah. it was great and it was so fast. you took 20 -- i mean, you only have 24 shots and you go, "all right, let's get a drink." i go, this is awesome! >> right. >> jimmy: the most fun thing ever. >> you remember. >> jimmy: i loved it so much. i just want to show a couple of shots here. here's one, martha graham, this is your godmother, this is madonna and this is calvin klein. now -- 1990, city center? >> yeah, back stage. i was trying to reach her, it wasn't easy, but she's my godmother. but, i called and called. and this man would answer the phone and say, no, no one here." finally she answered the phone and said -- [ whispering ]
meet me back stage -- >> jimmy: it's like real secretive. >> and so i go back there and they put me behind the wall. this is an assignment for "vanity fair" -- photography, the flashes going off. -- this is not going to be easy, i'm going to have to be houdini to get a picture out of this thing. and, you know, she came it and it was very moving. she didn't see me -- it was like everybody else in the room disappeared. >> jimmy: she just found your lens, found you and looked right -- gave you that beautiful shot right there. >> incidental, and then there was -- >> jimmy: there's a lot of magic -- a lot of magic in this book. a lot of magical shots that you've taken, congratulations on 30 years. yore the best, jonathan. >> oh, you're the best! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: come back, buddy. come back. come back for the next 30. a 60 year book. "jonathan becker: 30 years at vanity fair" is out december 14th. preorder it now. electric guest performs next. hang out.
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guests are here tonight to perform their single, "this head i hold" from their debut album "mondo." please welcome electric guest. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ they call me a little wound-up see i'm upset because i've always been stuck ♪ ♪ but i don't know
and i say ooh i go higher and i say ooh a-ooh i go higher ♪ ♪ this head that i hold no it's so tired and i say ooh no i go higher ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: fantastic. thank you, brother! electric guest! check out their album! "mondo"! my thanks to chris tucker, kellan lutz, jonathan becker, and electric guest once again!